Man Spent Hours Inside Amber Rose's Tarzana Home While She Slept: Police

A man broke into Amber Rose's Tarzana home early Wednesday and spent four hours inside while the model and others slept nearby. The suspect left without taking anything.

The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed it was conducting an investigation in the 5400 block of Donna Avenue, about two blocks south of Ventura Boulevard, but released no additional details.

TMZ reported the male suspect entered the home — where Rose, her mother, son and an assistant were sleeping — in the early morning hours by breaking one the kitchen windows.

Rose discovered the broken window Wednesday afternoon and checked her home security footage to determine the cause when she learned of the break-in, according to TMZ. Footage showed the suspect entering and leaving the residence.

The suspect did not take anything from the home, according to TMZ.

Rose is the former spouse of rapper Wiz Khalifa.

The news comes on the heels of another celebrity-related home invasion in Los Angeles. Armed robbers reportedly stole nearly $1 million worth of property from rapper A$AP Rocky's home Tuesday night. 

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